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Pastoral insights offered @CofE

by Gavin Drake

Posted: 07 Mar 2014 @ 12:24

A PASTORAL visit to a mother whose baby died a year ago was the first subject of a new year-long Twitter campaign designed to show the variety of work undertaken by the Church of England.

From last week, the Twitter account @OurCofE is being handed over to a different person each week to tweet about her or his experiences of life in the C of E.

The first person to tweet was the Revd Kate Bottley, Vicar of Blyth and Scrooby with Ranskill, near Worksop. She made ...

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